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Dear Retailer,

Your chance to win a prize of €200 every week throughout the Summer with The Irish Mail on Sunday. All you need to do is place the Poster supplied in a prominent position in your store and display an extra facing of The Irish Mail on Sunday.

The Irish Mail on Sunday is the complete family newspaper, with great columnists, Sport and entertainment.

Plus Magazine, which includes culture, home & garden and 34 PAGES OF THE BEST TV LISTINGS IN IRELAND.

The Irish Mail on Sunday are committed to growing newspaper sales and supporting our retail partners and every week throughout the Summer we will by offering five lucky retailers the chance to win €200 EACH.

Last Week’s Winners:

  • Daybreak Gandon Inn, Emo, Portlaoise, County Laois
  • Whelans, Kilbeggan, County Westmeath
  • Daybreak, North Main Street,Wexford Town, County Wexford
  • Delaney Mace, Charlestown, County Mayo
  • Gaughan Spar, Balla, Castlebar, County Mayo
  • Simply place the posters provided in a prominent position in your store.

Display an extra facing of The Irish Mail on SundayDISPLAY TO WIN €200

To enter, confirm that you have placed the POS and given an extra facing for The Irish Mail on Sunday including a photo.

E-Mail your details including EM News account number to

Thanking you for your continued support.

Circulation Department          

DMG Media

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